Financial pressure, insecurity and uncertainty is one of the main contributing factors to stress.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made it more difficult for people to meet their financial commitments
This situation may lead to mental health issues.
With economies coming to a halt, businesses closing, employees laid off, mortgages, rent and other bills all falling due.
It is not surprising stress, anxiety, domestic violence and the potential for more suicides are all real factors.
Financial pressure can also result in a significant increase in the number of people suffering from mental disorders brought on by stress.
Today Nathan and guest Tom Momsen, a professional financial adviser, discuss finance and mental health.
They offer general advice on some strategies which may help reduce your stress during a crisis affecting your finances and therefore mental health.
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